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april1983vol2no2.pdf
Burnsville Community History newsletter - April,1983 Vol. 2 No. 2A quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue featured: KNUT radio in Burnsville, A history of logos including the City of Burnsville and high school logos and Meet a Neighbor - Michael and Mariah Gallagher.
Burnsville_Community_Hist_Apr_1984.pdf
Burnsville Community History Newsletter April 1984In Vol 3, issue 2, the historical society presents: Farm life shown in the photos of youngsters Edna and Earl Holman on their farm. Burnsville's two month mayor - Donald Holmes. Holmes was transferred to Georgia after only two months as mayor, and former Mayor Al Hall is selected as his replacement. A History of Good Shepherd Church, Burnsville listings in the 1925 Dakota County Farm Directory, Burnsville Civil War vets and "It wasn't always 35W".
Burnsville_His_Newsletter_Oct_2014.pdf
Burnsville Historical Society Newsletter October 2014From time to time the Historical Society published a paper newsletter. Topics in this issue included: The Farm on the Hill by Kevin Swanson - the story of the Swanson family and farm at Crystal Lake, Jeff Jerde's column "Let's do this!"... An invitation to help the society uncover the stories about Burnsville founding families, Bonnie Boberg's column, and a photo of the Erwin and later Connelly farm.
Burnsville_HS_newsletter_Apr_2015~0.pdf
Burnsville Historical Society Newsletter April 2015From time to time the Historical Society published a paper newsletter. Topics in this issue included:
A Ripping Good Story -The Reburial of Charlie McCarthy... guest speaker Larry Korteum at the groups April meeting.
Also, looking ahead to October, plans for the 2015 Ames Center exhibit.
Burnsville_HS_Newsletter_March_2015.pdf
Burnsville Historical Society Newsletter March, 2015From time to time the Historical Society published a paper newsletter. Topics in this issue included:
Marcia Marshall, Trustee remembers Burnsville of the 1960's and 1970s.
The Flood of 1965 topic of February meeting
Bring a friend to our meetings
Photos - Neill school being built
Speakers at the February meeting -
fall1982vol1no1.pdf
Burnsville Community History Newsletter vol 1 no. 1 Fall 1982The first newsletter produced by the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. Topics included: School named for state pioneer (Edward Neill) plans for the chapter and Meet A Neighbor - Charles O'Neill early pioneer.
feb2015news.pdf
Feb. 2015 Burnsville Historical Society NewsletterThis issue includes: Flooded with memories - the 1965 Flood.
There once was a farm - an interview with life long resident Eldon Kohls and a listing of Board of Directors: Jeff Jerde -president, Len Nachman - Vice President, Bonnie Boberg - Secretary, Kevin Swanson- Treasurer and Trustees - Peter Jerde, Marcia Marshall, Gordan Nambuduripad, JoAn Paymar and Carrie Corson Webb.
hisjan15.pdf
Burnsville Historical Society Jan 2015 newsletterJeff Jerde president writes a periodic newsletter about Burnsville history and the Society's plans.
Historical_Chapter_Annual_Report_1982.pdf
Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society 1982 Annual ReportThe 1982 Annual Report includes a line drawing of the Orchard Gardens Station built in 1910 by Keri Larson, 1980. The theme of the Chapter was There is History in the Making and the board members were: Jack Kennelly, Len Nachman, Clare Kearney, Louis Gramsey, Dana Peters and John Welckle.
jan1983vol2no1.pdf
Burnsville Community History newsletter - January, 1983 Vol.2, No. 1A quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue featured: A biography of John Berrisford - who owned Burnsville's first general store, a story about the Lucky 13 "Hamburger Joint", Sullivan's Supervalu, High school artists re-create historic sites, and the 1982 Annual Report to the membership.
jan1984vol3no1.pdf
Burnsville Community History newsletter - January, 1984 Vol. 3 No. 1A quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue included: The year in review (activities of the group in 1983), Burnsville Memories with a map showing existing and past historic sites, and a century of Burnsville News tying into the 100th anniversary of the Dakota County Tribune.
july1873vol2no3.pdf
Burnsville Community History newsletter - July, 1983 Vol. 2 No. 3A quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue featured: The Skyline Squares dance club, A photo taken at a Sunday picnic at Crystal Lake around the year 1900 - with a number of the people identified and the Solaron Festival of the Future.
July_1983_burnsville_HS_newsletter.pdf
Burnsville Chapter of Dakota County Historical Society July 1983 newsletterCity of Burnsville approves the placement of a wall display designed by the Historical Society.
Volunteers needed to assist with a cooperative project with the School District honoring teachers of 25 years.
Fire Muster- Historical Society will sell books.
A traveling photo display.
Nov_2013_hs_newsletter.pdf
Burnsville Historical Society Newsletter November 2013A periodic publication of the Burnsville Historical Society. Topics included: An invitation to veterans to attend the November 16, 2013 meeting to share their stories. A photo of Lloyd and Floyd Holman and their sister Betty Kamrud from 1979 was included. Both brothers served in the US Army and Betty was president of the Burnsville American Legion Auxiliary. Also included a thank you to prior speaker Carol Oeltjenbruns and residents who provided photos to the society.
oct1983vol2no4.pdf
Burnsville Community History newsletter - October 1983 - Vol 2, No. 4A quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue featured: Blackdog Villiage visited by writer/artist, The planned historical photo display at City Hall, and Meet a Neighbor - Whilhelmina and William Kohls.
oct2013bhistory.pdf
Oct 2013 Burnsville Historial Society NewsletterUnderstanding our medical history from Hennepin to Dakota County.
Membership report
Volunteer projects
Radithor
Looking back 30 years Burnsville Current October 24, 1983 featuring Jens Caspersen
Looking back 100 years (World and local history)
Looking back 50 years (World and local history)
Old songs
vol4no1.pdf
Burnsville Community History Newsletter Vol.4 - No. 1 (FINAL EDITION)Burnsville Historical Society Quarterly newsletter. This issue announces the End of the Chapter, Stories on: The Festi/ville community event, Cemetery records, Minneosta Valley Review Newspaper, Burnsville patrons from 1874, a History of River Hills United Methodist Church, and a photo of the Butler family cabin at Crystal lake with three daughters Mary, Bridget and Julia.
 
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